Red, white or rosé—whatever your preference, you can't go wrong with a glass of vino. We've pulled together a list of the best wine bars & wineries to hit up when a brew just won't cut it. Don't forget to order that charcuterie plate, too!
Barcelona serves up wine from all over the world that pairs well with its Spanish small plates and paella.
Though known first and foremost as a live music venue, City Winery also boasts its own house-made vino, dinner and brunch menus.
Prepare for the best—Flyte has a world-class wine list to accompany its global fare.
Order a 1.5, 5 or 7oz pour and settle in for a romantic night in Historic Downtown Franklin.
Owned by the same folks who operate Cafe Nonna, the more casual Nonna's Pizzeria & Wine Bar focuses on, well, pizza pies & vino.
Located in a 20th century Victorian house, Rumours East boasts a pre-prohibition style setting that's cozy, casual and topped off with an irresistible patio. Settle in for fine drinks!
Located in the rapidly developing Sylvan Heights neighborhood, Salt & Vine offers an extensive array of vino (including a wine club!), plus lunch and dinner small plates.
Indulge your senses with a trifecta of wine, chocolate and cheese. Need we say more?
Set amidst the rolling hills and scenic beauty of Middle Tennessee, Arrington is a vineyard with country music roots.
From wine slushies to tastings, Grinder's Switch is serving up dry and sweet vino varieties from right here in Middle Tennessee.
The original Natchez Hills Winery is based in Hampshire, TN, but you only have to venture to Fontanel to get a taste of this Tennessee vino.